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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PKIl WEEK SIX CENTS SINGLE NUMUEK ONE CEXT BLUEGBASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE R0V1E TO CINCINNATI OXL Y LIKE Ji UXX1XO FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN Leave Lexington 730 n rn Leave Maysvllle 5J5 a m Leave Paris 820 am Leave Cynthiana S55 a m Leave Falmouth 1000 a in Arr Cincinnati 1145 a in Leave Lexington 485 p m arrive uaysvuie bAo n in 215 p m 1230 pm 305 p m 340 p in 4 16 p in C30 p in Cloibe connection made In Cincinnati lor all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named places for a time folder of Blue Grass Route Round trip tickets from Mavsviile and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For mteson household goods and Western tickets address CHAS II H ASLETT Geul Emigration Aijt Covington Ky JAMES C KRNST Gen 1 Pass and Ticket Agt TIUE TARIE Covington Fleiningsbnrg antl Pound Gap RAILROAD Connecting with Trains on K C R R Leave Flemikgsbdrg for Johnson Station 545 a m Cincinnati Express...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN - i - m MONDAY EVENING JAN 231882 SECOND EDITION LATEST FROJI CATLETTSIJURG The Jury Instructed and the Argument in Progress OatIiEttshurg Ky January 23 13S2 The circuit court met this morning at nine oclock Short speeches were made by Judge W C Ireland attorney for the commonwealth and by Alex Lackey at torney for the defense After the conclusion of the speeches the jury was instructed by Judge Brown and the argument began Thomas EBrown Attorney for the defense making the open ing speech At noon to day he still had the floor There is much speculation as to what the result of the trial will be Tiie number of business failures in this country for the last week is given at one hundred and seventeen caused in a large measure by unseasonable weather and bad sales and collections Tin- executive committee of the Nation al Board of Health has declared mall pox epidemic in the United States and directed the inspection of several of the most important quarantine statio...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY EVENING JAN 23 1882 We make tho proclamation And send it everywhere Our littlo Dailys on its feet And right side up with care Every day that passes by Only plainer makes it Our bantlings in tho field to stay For every body takes it Tho Conversation Olub of Louisville ia rapidly reaching after tho laurels of Small Talk Look in at Hunb Doyles window and see the nicest lot of new embroideries ever brought toMaysville TJder the recent order of the city coun cil Dr J T Strode has vaccinated very nearly thrco hundred persons A frnOTRAOTED meeting began at the Third street M E Church Sunday even ing couducted by the pastor Rev E L Sanders The telegraph wires have been down since ten oclock this morning and we are in consequence without our usual mar ket report Mr Miles Wilson a prominent and useful citizen of this county died at his home near Germantown Thursday the 19th inst He was a member of the Chris tian church and one of its most exem plary adherents The...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 23 January 1882

Atmosphere of tlie Table It is impossible to estimate properly the immense influence which is exerted upon a household by the atmosphere of the family table If it bo truo that one does iiot come out of a room the same person he went in the mind ever after retaining the impress of what affected it there what great results must be achieved from the meeting three times a day in the dining room from the con versation indulged in and the sentiments expressed there A neat well ordered table is in itself a lesson to the chil dren I have noticed that a sensitive child almost invariably has better manners when dressed in his best and have seen with surprise the effect produced upon a certain small boy of my acquaintance by handsomely dressed ladies who are polite to him To the inviting tible where there should always be something attactive however simple the meal may bo most children will come prepared to behave properly It is really worth while and when philosopically consid ered it is a ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 January 1882

I i DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PER WEEK SIX CENTS SINttLE KUMlUSIt ONE CENT BLUEGRASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE R0U1E TO CINCINNATI ONLY LINE Ji UNN1XU FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table In elfect March 31 lb81 Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p m Leave Maysville 515 a in lJ30pm Leave Paris 820 a m 305 p m Leave Cynthiaua b55 a m 340 p m Leave Falmouth 10UU a m 4nti p in Arr Cincinnati lh loa m 630 pm Leave Lexington -133 p m Arrive Maysville b15 p m Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at 215 p m Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati nt 210 p in Close connecfion made In Cincinnati for all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants AsU the agent at the above named laces for h time folder of Blue Grass Route 6 onnd trip tickets from Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For mtcson household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H HASLETT Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C KHNST Genl Pass and Ticket Agt TI1IE TAKIE Co...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JAN 24 1882 Gen Silas Casey U S A died at his residence in Brooklyn Sunday Rev Enoch Pond D D President o Bangor Theologicul Seminary is dead The steamer Lena now at the mouth of the River Lena will be sent in search of commander De Long of the Jeannette Tub Senate Pension Committee has agreed on allowing Mrs Lincoln 15000 cash and increasing her annual pension to 5000 Henry Rockwell Secretary of the United States Fish commission dropped dead at his residence in Washington Sunday The Governor has called a special elec tion in the Eighth Ohio District on Feb ruary 14 to till the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Needham The Secretary of the Navy has received a ciespatcn irom engineer iuemiie ol the Jeannette Nothing has been heard of Lieut Chipps cutter Melville is anx ious to go in search of Do Long Hon Clarkson N Porrer died at New York on Monday morning at the ago of fifty seven He was a member of the Forty first Congress from New York a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 January 1882

WtoMalJllMMtMiataaMaa DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING JAN 24 1882 The Trotting Club now promise us That flyers will in force Attend the meeting in tho spring And go upon our course And Muud b too will make a dash To distance every starter And may perhaps her record beat Of two ton and a quarter Tiik river is falling again Tub rush for the cheap goods in Messrs George Cox Sons bargain department still continues - Look in at Hunt Doyles window and see the nicest lot of newenihroidericsever brought to Maysville Hey M D Reynolds assisted by the He v Gilbert Kelly of Covington is hold ing a protracted meeting at the M E Church South this week The Martin Smith honiestead at Aber deen was sold on Saturday last to captain John Small for 391 The lot adjoining was sold also to captain Small and brought 50 The prospects for an ice crop is bright ening a little A continuatfon of the present weather for several days longer it is thought will give us ice sufficiently thick to be housed Tim...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 24 January 1882

COUNTY POTIXS QERMANTOWN Mrs West returned Saturday night from a long visit to relatives in Ohio Vaccination is becoming the rage in our midst Nothing like precaution Thomas Williams and wife returned home last week from a visit of five mouths duration in Indiana Isaac Butcher has purchased and taken possession of the residence on Broadway belonging to Isaac McGraw deceased Mrs Lou Dim mitt who has for a few weeks past been visiting in Foster Ivy and New Richmond 0 is at home again Rev J W Fitch Presiding Elder of this circuit has been assisting Rev Spates in the protracted meeting While here he delivered two sermons on infant bap tism and two on the mode of baptism Henry Dickson and Dennis Coughlin two of our promising young men have engaged in the cattle business We wish them success and at the same time ad monish them to watch their ps and qs T Pollock sold his farm of one hundred and six acres to Thomas Ewin for 85 per acie ana a large held opposite the Chris tian church to E Wi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 January 1882

- DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PKR WEEK SIX CENTS SINGLE XIL1X1SEK ONE CENT BLUEGRASS ROUTE Kentucky Central R B THE MOST DESIRABLE BO USE TO CINCINNATI OXL Y L1XE M UZXJX G PHEE PARLOR CARS icca maaLa itty r i it JKXTBWTjaL Tt A1 AMI to -T r iS2S rz ZL J J3n riF1 J7S WS 1 J r 7 ji m LJir rr -EST IV - - - w Ott J Ul temalied rRrE tr nil pj Vcstit and toeiiiioinm without cdtnnzlr It contnlt five colored plmtf fOC tnpravlnei a rut I tO ppn and frll df nrlptioni prict t nd direction fol 1 1rUn 1 J0O varietkf of rirewle and FIowm Sitdi Plantt J t Tr etc lnvrlsable to a 1 Jicifran prown utii tc found nore rt tiNc fnr plamtaa In the Soutk than thew -town In a warn er c hi We make a iiclalty of mpplyintf iMtttiT nf rifcs t Virl iGhrrfnm Addreu D M TERRY CO Betroit Midi BUSINESS GHANSE HA ING sold to Mr M C TTSSELL a one half interest in my stock of Groceries Liquors Seed c the business will be curried on in the luture in the name of RICHARDSON CO 1 desire all persons knowing themselves to be ind...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING JAN 25 1SS2 raniijft i via www LATEST y03l CATLETTSBURG Great DifllcuUy in Obtaining a Jury in The Craft Case Scvcuty live Jurors Summoned Special lo the Daily Bulletin Catlettsburg Ivy Jan 25 1882 The time of the circuit court was taken up this morning with a futile attempt to empannel i a jury in the case of Ellis Craft one of the Aahland murderers It is thought there t will bo great difficulty in obtaining the full pannel Judge Brown has issued an order to summon seventy five eligible men from whom to select the remaining jurors Everything is quiet here to day Some of the business men of Baltimore propose to organize a manufacturers Aid Association with a capital of 1000000 the prime object of which shall be to erect and equip buildings with motive power for the purpose of renting the same to manufacturers who cannot aftbrd to own works It is believed that such an association will attract important manu facturing interests to the city The ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 January 1882

IHf V DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING JAN 25 1832 From Californias golden shore Nebraskas upland wide The pretty girls aro coming here To Bhovr us how to ride In mad dash down tho springy turf Theyll make It very plain That womankind as well as men Know how to hold tho rein Oun friends in Chester will hereafter b6 served regularly with the Daily Bulletin The territory of Washington is now de manding admission into tho Union as a State Look in at Hunt Doyles window and see the nicest lot of new embroideries ever -brought to Maysville The government has engaged W W JCerr a prominent lawyer of the Philadel phia bar to prosecute the Star routers Noah Hester a colored man living in Chester died suddenly at his home in that place on Tuesday morning about three oclock The Gentiles of Utah are asking for a government similar to that of the District of Columbia As a punishment for their wickedness they should be allowed to have it The Louisville Post is endeavoring to establish itse...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 25 January 1882

FACTS FOR THE CURIOUS There is a banyan treo on the banks of the Merbudba in India -which meas ures 2300 feet or nearly half a mile in circumference Its foliage is the home f thousands of birds and monkeys The abundance of herring ova spawned upon the coast of Labrador has been reported by a trustworthy observ er to bo so great that he has seen the shore covered with it to the depth of two feet for several miles A new theory of the so called fascina tion of bhds by snakes is that the bird mistakes the snakesjtongue which the reptile keeps in constant motion for a lively worm and watches it with the ex pectation of devouring it Bacteria is the general name given to the smallest forms of living organisms they are prevalent everywhere in nature and there is reason to believe that they constitute the major part of the bodies of both animals and plants The tiger takes particular care of those terrible weapons his claws Trees are frequently seen in jungles scored with long vertical fissur...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 January 1882

AIL Y EVENING BULLE PKU WEEK SIX CEIVTS sis ui a xumisjmi oe ckxt BLUEGRASS KOUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE BDU2ET0 CINCINNATI oy l y l ise ie uyyis a FREE PARLOR CARS 11 ETWEES LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI1 Td u I l Leave Lexington 730 n m Leave Maysville 515 a in Leave Paris Sii0 a m Leave Cyuthiana bibb am Leave Falmouth 1000 a m Arr Cincinnati 1145 a m Leave LrxlntMun p m Arrive Mnyssville 15 u in Free Parlor Car leave Lexingon at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at r 4T DES9RirJkrPnbeP mwws J SFtHZk IHfcS mi WMXVA fttiS x kFon 1882- 215 p m lJ30 p in 3u5 p m 6W p m 1 HO p rn 030 p m 215 p m 200 p in Close connection made in Cincinnati lor all points North East ami West Special rates to emigrants Aslt the agent at the above named laces for a time folder of Blue Grass Route E onnd trip tickets iroin and Lex lneton to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For wtfs ou household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H HAS LETT GenM Emigration Att iovlnyton Ky James c krnst Gen...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN I BY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY EVENING JAN 20 1SS2 GUITEAX CONVICTED Hnrdcr in the First Degree The Jury After Forty Minutes Deliberation Unanimous lor Conviction Special to Daily Bulletin Cincinnati 0 January 20 1SS2 Last night about dark the jury in the Guiteau Scoville demanded a poll of the jury and when the last man responded guilty Guiteau became greatly excited and shout ed My blood will be upon the heads of that jury Dont you forget it Despatches from all parts of the country are pouring in expressing approval of the verdict The hanging will probably take place in July Nothing of unusual importance trans pired at patlettsburg to day The work of obtaining a jury is still going on with indif ferent success It is thougkt there will be considerable trouble experienced yet j in procuring the full panel Titt hill in Mm Torriclntnrp to rpmnvp tlir s I capitol from lrankiort to Louisville was lost on a tie vote Tiie lower house of the Legislature has passed a resolut...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN rsv i THURSDAY EVENING JAN 261882 When our boys come marchiug home In the days that shall come ILetssee that we extend to them A Up top royal welcome For every single one of them From Captain Rospess down Has done his level best to keep The honor of the town The trains on the Kentucky Central are mow arriving and departing on time Look in at Hunt Doyles window and see the nicest lot of new embroideries ever brought to Maysville A wheelbarrow almost as handsomely finished as a piece of parlor furniture may be had at Owens Mitchels Allik Kenner recently of this city has bought the interest of Mr Price in the grocery business of Price Carr at Sher burne Ky Success to him i Mrssrs A 0 Spitar Co will ship in a few days to Cincinnati by river 250000 hard brick to be used in the construction of the Northern railroad tunnel through Walnut Hills Detective Wappexstein of Cincinnati is expected here to day to testify as a wit ness in the case of the Commonwealth against ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 26 January 1882

Tlio Cat The cat is frankly undisguisedly sel flah there is no denying that It lives for self and compasses its ends without scruple patient to -wait skillful to feign and scheme and utterly pitiless and un relenting But should sportsmen be very severe on the creature that evi dently enjoys with a gusto keen as their own the pursuit of the helpless prey which it hunts and toys with often as much for diversion as hunger One hopes for the sake of the sportive birds and heedless mice which it fascinates with basilisk eyes and captureswith cruel paw that there may be some oc cult provision of nature to disarm their fate of it3 terrors Perhaps the -theory propounded by Dr Livingstone when he records his feelings while in the lions clutch that the sensations of the prey are rather pleasing than otherwise may be true We hope so but it must be confessed that appearances are not in its favor In early youth cat nature appears at its best Once having emerged from the puling sightless stage of ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 January 1882

tu DAILY EVENING BULLETIN U PER WEEK SIX CENTS SINGLE NUMliEIt ONE CENT J53LUDeGHiASS lOTJTEJ Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE RO VIE TO CINCINNATI OiSZ Y LINE R UN XIX G FREE fcAHLQE CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table in effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a ra Leave Maysvllle 545 a in Leave Paris S20 am Leave Cyutliiana 855 a m Leave Falmouth 1000 a m Arr Cincinnati 1J45 a in LeaVe Lexington 435 p m Arrive Maysvllle 815 p in Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at 1882 215 pm 1230 p mi 305 p m 340 pm 440 p m 030 p in 215 p m 2C0p in Close connection made in Cincinnati lor all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named places for a time folder of Blue Grass Route Hound trip tickets from Maysvllle and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For mtes on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H H ASLETT Uenl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C ERNST Geni Pass and Ticke...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 January 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JAN 271862 The whipping post bill is again before the legislature on a motion to reconsider A resolution to lay it on the table was defeated by a vote of 43 to 4G A Wasiigtox dispatch says that Markbreit was nominated for the Cincin nati treasury Whitfield for the post oflice and Taitfor collector of the renue The Commerce Committee of the House Thursday afternoon favorably reported a bill appropriating 100000 for the the Davis Island Dam on the Ohio River In the house a bill reducing the pay of the county school commissioners fifty per cent and abolishing the 3 a day for school visiting was recommitted to the committee on education This New York World says The Uni ted States courts and the judicial tribu nals of many states have frequently de cided that either congress or a state legis lature could constitutionally alter inter locutory modes and methods of procedure as to a civil cause in progress or as to a prisoner on trial providing those mo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 January 1882

rf K BAILYJBjVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING JAN 27 1882 Tho County Judge and Justices Now bless their honest souls Are going to got a raking down And hauling oer the coals A rule Is out requiring them To answer why they fall To have a hotter lock up t hau That filthy hole the Jail Ripley dealers sell coal at ten cents a bu shell The City of Portsmouth has entered the Augusta and Cincinnati trade as a daily packet Coal this week sells at eleven cents a bushel delivered There is a largo supply in the city James Mulligan confined in the Brown county Ohio jail for wife beating broke out and has hot been heard of since Would it not be well for the school board to issue an order excluding all un vaccinated children from the public school Tnu Ripley Times says C S Bell pres ident of the Maysville railroad has just returned from the east where he haB been negotiating for the completion of the road Miss Sarah Vincent of Augusta Ky who left home several weeks ago to visit her brother John T V...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 January 1882

Ui Black persede dresses FASHION NOTES Low coiffures remain in favor I Eew muffe arc carried this winter Gold jewelry is going out of fashion Shrimp pink feathers trim black bon nets Curtain like paniers drape new French dresses Pomponnette is a new fabric for making bonnets English homespun is the stylish cloth for ulsters Slippers of alligator skin are worn by gentlemen Silver necklaces are worn around high lace ruches Two volances of lace trim the front of trained dresses Byron collars of Valenciennes lace are new and stylish Worth ruffling for the neck has triple pleatings of lace White moire or satin basques are worn with tulle skirts Cable plush with a cord between plush stripes is a novelty Hammered gold lace pins are studded with colored stones A silver monogram is used as a brooch with morning dresses Wide collars and cuffs of crocheted lace are worn by children Kings for the little finger are in great favor with young ladies Invisible green is the fashionable color for tai...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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